The newly created Ukrainian airline Anda Air, which plans to perform charter flights, has received its first aircraft McDonnell Douglas MD-83.
Company co-founder Serhiy Shamenko said the aircraft arrived at Kyiv Airport on July 19.
Speaking about plans for the first flights, he said there were such plans, however the company needed to perform a number of procedures related to certification of the airline, as well as the demo flight.
“We hope that won’t take much time, because we have already done all that is necessary, we were just waiting for the plane. We hope we will be able to make the first flight within the next 10-15 days if there are no problems”, he said.
In terms of destinations, according to him, Bulgaria will be the first country, the company also plans to operate flights to Albania and Georgia.
Anda Air Airline was registered in Kyiv at the end of 2015. It was founded by ex-head of Dart Airline Serhiy Shamenko and Heorhiy Avanesov. Shamenko is also the head of Anda Air. (Interfax/Business World Magazine)